This isn’t really about me nor is it about any of my creations. This is a post about you.
From a game development and design point of view, there’s no better thanks than seeing people enjoying your creation. There’s something almost magical about knowing someone decided your product was worthy of trying.
For the record, I haven’t really done much to advertise the d6-lite framework, so it continues to delight and amaze me to see what people have done with it. Be it with a translation, an addendum, a review, or just a link back, the d6-lite framework system seems to constantly be gaining traction… no surprise that, as the first creation and the flagship of the offering, Zombie d6-lite is leading the charge in this regard.
While reviewing some search engine results today I stumbled upon an online game over at RolePlay onLine using the Zombie d6-lite rules and had to start lurking.
Honestly, I couldn’t resist. Seeing a game I created get played is a special joy for me – as I presume it must be for any Game Developer.
So let me reiterate:
This blog post isn’t about the system, and it isn’t about me. It’s a chance for me to offer my thanks to everyone who has given the d6-lite framework a try or has shed a little light on the 1 page RPG rules I’ve created.
I sincerely hope you’re all enjoying good gaming and fun times – because from a player’s perspective, that’s what it’s all about. And from a designer perspective, that’s my target.